• We support Israel 06-03-2011

  • Agendas 06-03-2011

    Everyone has an agenda.

    The small, the tall, the rich, the poor, the old, the young, the obese, the skinny, the liberal, the conservative, the gay, the straight, the religious, the atheist. Each of us had better decide if our particular agenda is worth the risk of losing our freedom, and our entire way of life, forever.

    What does this mean?

  • Are high schools necessary?

    There are many opportunities for those in high school to be trained and prepare for a future in the new America that our children face after graduation.

  • Our country, our state

              Liberals never cease to amaze me! They write editorials expressing their discontent, “Voter Apathy” for instance, but have a tough time with actual facts and realistic solutions. They may have Florida mixed up with their former  state.

  • A different South

    I just read a hard copy autobiography of Willie Mays-The Life-The Legend.
    Growing up in the then segregated South, Willie was a three-sport star in the late forties.
    For a youth of color at that time the major leagues and the SEC was much more a dream and much less a reality.
    Later black athletes like former Gator stars Emmitt Smith and Percy Harvin could attest that timing is everything.
    Willie, who just turned 80, has certainly had an exciting and interesting life.

  • Voter apathy

    Floridais what happens when voters are discouraged and feel that their vote doesn’t count. The majority of registered voters are Democratic but they haven’t learned that you actually have to show up at the voting booth to make their numbers count.

  • MIA: Made in America 05-20-2011

    Made in China: indeed.

    This is akin to the phrase popular in my childhood: “Made in Japan”. Translated, this meant junk. Now, that phrase applies to Chinese goods. More each day. The quality keeps going down, while the prices keep going up. Surely, America can make a decent set of sheets for $199, a recently advertised price.

  • Pearl Harbor 05-20-2011

    To the reader who had the courtesy to call my little aside on Peal Harbor a history, I say thank you. The article was written in response to another reader/writer who had foolishly said that because we have thousands of hunters with rifles they are a matter of national security: "Those large number of rifles are the sole reason we were not invaded by the Japanese during WWII." This outrageous comment begged a response, I had no intention of giving a history of Pearl - just a small lesson on the logistics of refueling all those 'Japanese' invaders. 

  • Do you like the change?

  • Pearl Harbor information 05-13-2011